Without knowing a significant amount of additional information and document review it is impossible to provide a meaningful answer. This is also something that would be well beyond the scope of a free consultation, so you should expect to pay for about an hour of attorney time. With modern...Read more »
You can withdraw your offer if it has not been accepted. You need to do it in writing either by personal delivery, or certified and first-class mail. If there is a real estate agent involved for the other party you can serve them.
The ex-husband was ordered to pay the mortgage until the house is sold. He hasn't paid the mortgage and got the property into foreclosure. The mortgage is solely in his name. The wife owes half of the equity. Ex-husband owes ex-wife more monies than his equity is. Every time she gets the... Read more »
There is a court order that required your ex-husband to pay for the mortgage for the marital home until the date of its sale. Ex-husband failed to pay the mortgage and ..... you did not take him back to court immediately to address his noncompliance and ... each time that a buyer has expressed an...Read more »
You would need to file an ejectment action. Ejectment is the remedy that you use where you have someone trespassing on your property. Since your son is 33 years old, he should be out on his own. Your obligation to support him ended when he turned 18. He needs to be given formal notice that he has...Read more »
The fee for my legal services is $950.00. There are also some disbursements that you will be required to pay such as a document preparation fee, cancellation/discharge fee for each mortgage you may have mortgage that exits if any, fee to municipality for smoke detector fee, if required by...Read more »
The Philippine law on evidence requires an authenticated copy of the said law to be presented in court as proof of said foreign law. I am wondering how to obtain said official copy. Is it enough to print it myself and have the same Apostilled before the NJ Dept of Treasury, or is there a proper... Read more »
A builder has bought lots behind the two front abutting properties for residential development. The builder asked the two abutting property owners to vacate or sign his lawyer's legal paperwork ceding their portions of the paper street to him. The builder can access the property for... Read more »
Anyone may improve the road subject to municipal requirements as the municipal 'owns' the right of way. If an application to vacate the private road, one half goes to each property that abuts the right of way. It would be worthwhile speaking to the municipal engineer to determine whether...Read more »
My original loan provided paid taxes on both lots listed on the deed. A third party then bought my loan and in the escrow account they only paid taxes on one of the lots on my property. The other lot went unpaid for a year and then was sold at a tax sale.
Both companies are no longer around to show what happen to that assignment . However in 1986 a mortgage is showed and discharged with another company that’s no longer around. Reached out to company that it merged with and they have no record of the property. Through research all patterns show... Read more »
Parent and Child is on the Deed . Parent dies and left Will with Child as Executor and 100 Beneficiary. Is there any reason the Will would have to be probated ? Doesn’t the survivor assumes 100 percent of the property is Deeded to both?
There is no way to avoid probate and you will have to have a new deed recorded. Whether or not there is a mortgage may raise additional issues. You really need to have a virtual or in-person consultation with an experienced attorney. Good luck.
My father wants to have my family (my spouse, 2 children and myself move into his home). We would sell our own home. He stated he will be adding my name to the deed. Not sure if it would be sole survivorship. In either situation, what would happen if I passed away? Would my children and spouse get... Read more »
The answer to your question depends on the interest that you will be getting in the new deed that your father is preparing. If the deed is a joint tenancy with the right of survivorship, then assuming you survive your father, you will get the entire property. If it is a tenancy in common, then you...Read more »
Yes, all parties with an interest need to sign the mortgage. However, only those who sign the note are obligated to repay the loan. In the event of nonpayment, all who signed the mortgae will be named as defendants.
Since you were not married when you purchased the property, you are tenants in common. If the deed does not mention the specific ownership interest of each party, you each have a 50% interest in the property.
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